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6th sense bait questions #12409948
09/01/17 04:10 PM
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First off their baits have unreal awesome paint jobs. This isn't a bash but a simple question, do they design their baits or purchase blanks and put those great paint jobs on them? Just wasn't sure if they were into bait design like strike king, Berkley, other hard bait manufactures etc. I haven't thrown them much but thinking about trying them cause they look pretty darn awesome.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410002
09/01/17 04:55 PM
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Casey needs to come on here and provide the details on how he got started. Its an awesome story. He and a buddy appeared on an ESPN show years ago, after they won a collegiate national bass tournament. Casey was given a spray paint kit as a prize and it just took off from there. He used to do a ton of custom paint jobs. Many a pro used him. Probably still do. I have known his dad for a long time. So proud of Casey and what he has accomplished.

As for his baits, I really like the Divine Swim Jigs, and all the Crush/Cloud crankbaits. Just bought the Hybrid jigs, but haven't had a chance to try those.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410008
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Thank you for asking and will be happy to clear that up for you and anyone else wondering.

I started out custom painting lures and ordering blanks much like many custom lure operations do. From there, I began to work with a factory developing my own molds that were custom designed and failed miserably. The 2nd attempt, we failed again. The final attempt, we succeeded and currently have over 50 custom designed 6th Sense® molds for our product line.
Today, our private warehouse is located in Willis, Tx. Everything starts with hand drawn/wood carved designs- which then moves into 3D designed rapid prototypes. All our models take around six months to two years before they hit the market. We currently have two patent pending products in the works that will be released at ICAST 2018. So get ready for much bigger things from 6S smile

Thank you for asking and hopefully 6th Sense will become a regular addition to your box.

Cheers,

Casey Sobczak
Owner, 6th Sense Lure Co.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410023
09/01/17 05:13 PM
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Cloud 9 and Crush 50's are the best squarebills out there. Never have a problem with my 6th Sense not running true.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410048
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Don't hesitate to buy them. I have slowly made the transition into using their full line for almost all of my moving baits, and I have nothing but good things to say about them.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410091
09/01/17 06:01 PM
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I love the 6th Sense Crush 50X and the Movement 80X. The Crush 250MD is great during the Fall too. Very buoyant plastic, so you don't get hung up as much.


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Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410095
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I'm really diggin the cloud 9 series cranks. Especially the C25. They run great, have pretty good hardware, and they're only 10 bucks. Caught some hosses on em too.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410200
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I have been a fan for several years now.

Great baits.


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Pulled a gun on his dryer and they caught a bunch of fish.
Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410214
09/01/17 07:02 PM
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That is awesome, I actually emailed with Casey a few years ago about a jig I was producing and sent him some samples. He was so nice to talk to via email, I could tell he was good people. I just never got around to trying any of his crankbaits. I'm going to try some of his crankbaits out for sure, the paint jobs are incredible. That "movement" bait looks like nothing else on the market and I've been thinking of trying it on smallies here in Kansas. anyone have any experience with that? Casey thank you for the honest response and good luck in the future Sir!

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410222
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Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410444
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The cloud 9 series are by far my favorite deep divers have caught a boat load of 5-8lbers on them this summer! Even won a tournament in June every fish in my bag came on the c15. Out of the package there is not another deep diver that will compare at its price point, and the hardware is top of the line.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410480
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The Crush 50X are hard to get hung up. They float so well, you can stop reeling and they back off most snags. If that doesn't work, popping the line a few times almost always works.

I hooked something big - real big - on a 250MD a couple of months ago. Whatever it was dove under my kayak at the last minute and I lost it without ever seeing the fish. I tell myself that it was just a catfish.

The Crush Mini 25MD worked pretty good after the shad spawn. I have some 6Sense lures in my TW cart waiting for checkout.

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: PlanoTom] #12410583
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I live the crush 50, the only thing I would change is the internal weight system to make casting easier


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Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12410886
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I made a post on here a couple years ago, and mentioned that I bought a new Crush 50, and lost it first cast. Casey sent me a pm and wanted my address so he could ship me one for free. I never took him up on it, but what a kind gesture. I have over 70 6th Sense cranks (at this moment) banana

Re: 6th sense bait questions [Re: kscatman76] #12411897
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I used to use 6th Sense a lot and went to Strike King because the older molds didn't run well out of the package. In the last few months, every single SK crank I've bought needs to be tweaked, hooks are not installed right or they just flat out don't run. I have since switched back to running 6th Sense for my mid to deep cranks and they have run perfect out of the box every time with upgraded hooks installed right, superior paint jobs and all together they're just a better product. 6th Sense has my business for sure.


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